Impressive, given that the lead time on these strips is usually a month or two. Did Jimmy have this one in the can ready to go?
Nice, timely tribute, Mr. Johnson!
:’( I miss Alex!
Aww, and Alex was determined to live for his two remaining years on his JEOPARDY contract.
In the beginning
We miss Alex for 500.
“There is no question.” Well put, Janis (and Jimmy).
I liked Art Fleming too.
Thats Right Janis There is no Question. He is the Best ever.
First encounter with Alex Trebek was Reach For The Top in Toronto in the mid 60s. He done good for a philosophy major.
Janis, for the win!
Way to make me start crying again!
We all lost a family member.
and let’s not forget his constant shilling of life insurance policies.
There will never be another Alex Trebek. He was one of a kind. I am betting Ken Jennings takes over for him.
Someday soon it’s gonna be one day.Has anybody here seen my old friend Alex,Can you tell me where he’s gone?I thought I saw him walkin’ up over the hillWith Abraham, Martin and John.
Well done tribute. Thank you Mr. Johnson.
I agree with you, Janis.
And no more doubling down when life is over…..
What is: You’ll get no argument from me.
I’m with Janis; there is no question! Trebek for the win!
Such a nice tribute! Love Arlo & Janis and loved Alex Trebek.
The Daily Double.
I hope they stick with someone who has some class. Grinning like an idiot, wisecracking that isn’t funny, and insulting contestants- who are required to find the insult hilarious, is the usual run of trivia show MCs now. I’d have to give up on the trivia I love entirely if it wasn’t for the fast forward button.
Thank you Jimmy for being so thoughtful
Sorry, but there’s no one who can replace him. Like, the Price is Right and Family Feud. They’re not the same without the original host.
I am very heartbroken that he has passed. My love of trivia came from watching that program for many years.
RIP, Alex :-(
I’m sorry Alex Trebek is dead. I really am. No one should have pancreatic cancer and I hope he didn’t suffer. But I didn’t like him. I thought he was a patronizing snob, always correcting people’s French accents and translating French phrases like nobody ever took French in school. And he wasn’t always kind to contestants. There, I said it. Godspeed, Alex. Try not to correct God.